09-14-2012 11:33 PM
09-15-2012 09:31 AM
If they have an option to download in ePub format, that will work. You can download them directly to the Nook Tablet with the built in browser.
Once they are downloaded, you can launch them from the download notice, and get back to them from the recently read option on the top right hand side of the home screen, and you can get to them by going to "Library", "My Files" and "Downloads".
If you are not going to read it in one sitting or are downloading several at once, it may be more convenient to install the "OpenExplorer" Nook app and move the file from the "My Files/Downloads" to "My Files/Books".
If they are not in ePub format, if it was me, I'd probably convert them. Convert to EPUB describes how to do that on your computer using a free program called "Calibre". Once you have Calibre set up, and then plug your Nook Tablet in with a USB cord, its possible to drag and drop a book in another format onto Calibre's "Nook" device and ask Calibre to handle the conversion for you.
If the files are copy protected, Calibre would also need plug-ins to handle that, but fanfic is not likely to be copy protected.
09-15-2012 12:03 PM
Google is your friend. From the Urban Dictionary:
Fanfiction is when someone takes either the story or characters (or both) of a certain piece of work, whether it be a novel, tv show, movie, etc, and create [sic] their own story based on it.
See also Wikipedia for a more scholarly definition.
09-26-2012 01:50 PM
09-26-2012 01:53 PM
You are going to have to DL a program like calibre if you want to get fic onto your nook. AO3 makes it really freaking easy to DL epubs right to your nook. But the fic would have to be posted there in the first place.
If you want the hassle you can go to your word doc and print it as a PDF. Nooks can read that. It's a pain in the ass. You wouldn't have to dl anything.
09-26-2012 02:32 PM
You are going to have to DL a program like calibre if you want to get fic onto your nook.
What file format is it normally in? The Nook can read .doc and .rtf files, but not as smoothly as it reads .epub.